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Back to the Bridge
Thursday November 23, 2017. All Media
The JSR King of the River starts to take shape with Round 3 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series this Saturday night at Murray Bridge Speedway with another solid field of 25 cars. 17 travelling All Star regulars are set to challenge the locals and see who can take out the honours.

USA’s Cory Eliason is making a surprise early appearance to the Series driving for Adam Currie Team 59 Motorsport. Eliason’s last visit saw him pick up a neat $10,000 at the All Star Challenge last January at Simpson Speedway. Landing in Australia only on Wednesday the team will set about fine tuning the car and mounting a Maxwill 360 power plant for the weekend.

Many of the All Stars will have to cross the border for the 8 hour drive from Victoria whilst others are lucky enough to have a short trip to the Bridge after putting in the miles over the past few weeks. Current Series Champ Chris Solomon also currently leads the points going into this weekend closely followed by his older brother Paul Solomon in the Hutchins Motorsport ART.

Paul was the one to beat at Heartland Raceway last weekend and will want to back it up. Mark Caruso has run each round of the series this season and the number of laps he has done around the Bridge he would have to feel comfortable with a home track advantage. Farmer Phil Lock in the V4 Cool won the same round last year and would dearly love to repeat it. Renmark’s Dan Evans has been fast and always one to watch.

The number 16’s have been battling it out between each other and putting on some exciting racing against each other with V16 James Wren and SA16 Jack Gartner both ready to repeat it again. Cody Atkins, Jarman Dalitz, Michael Tancredi, Brenten Farrer , Father and Son duo Corey and Colin Lincoln all series regulars all keen to lock in good results. South Aussie hard chargers Michael Lovegrove, Brendan Guerin and Jamie Hendry all have experience and perform well on their home track.

“3 States in 4 weekends shows that we have been clocking up the k’s and we are all excited about running back at Murray Bridge. The Bridge has always been a big supporter of 360’s and our Series and it’s a pleasure to go back there” Searle tell us.

Leading the JSR King of the River Mini Series is Chris Solomon, Dan Evans 2nd, Mark Caruso 3rd, James Wren 4th and Phil Lock in 5th.


Solomon tames wild Heartland
Sunday November 19, 2017. All Media
‘Cyclone’ Paul Solomon picked up top points at the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series last night at Heartland Raceway. Showing speed from the start Solomon led the main from flag to flag in a comfortable win. The V7 was followed home by Rusty Hickman’s V40 J&J and Chris Solomon’s family owned FMG V83. 410 regular Eddie Lumbar slotted his 360 in for the Moama event and after a great drive was rewarded with a 4th place finish.

Young hard charger Dan Evans SA77 rounded out the top 5.
In what turned out to unfortunately be a late night the crowd were still rewarded with an exciting 30 laps and the 4 wide salute at the Promoters request. After starting off late and ambulance issue in attendance to a support class accident the time issue was compounded throughout the night.

The race track was in great condition for the 30 lap A and enabled good close racing. V78 Campbell and V7 Solomon lined up on the front row of the A. With a lap two incident which saw Campbell spinning leaving V34 Brenten Farrer with now where to go except hitting Campbell. Damage to Farrer’s car unfortunately put him on the infield for the reminder of the race.

V83 Chris Solomon, V40 Rusty Hickman, SA33 Caruso, V6 Lumbar all applying pressure on each other whilst working their way thru lap traffic. SA16 Jack Gartner and V16 James Wren diced with each other lap after lap swapping positions time and time again with Gartner finally crossing the line in front of Wren.

Taking out the Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award was V78 Chris Campbell with a 15.539.

A Main results: 1st V7 Paul Solomon, 2nd V40 Rusty Hickman, 3rd V83 Chris Solomon, 4th V6 Eddie Lumbar, 5th SA77 Dan Evans, 6th SA33 Mark Caruso, 7th SA16 Jack Gartner, 8th V16 James Wren, 9th Michael Tancredi , 10th SA69 Cody Atkins, 11th NT26 Tony Moule, 12th V4 Phil Lock, 13th V78 Chris Campbell, 14th NS38 Shaun Forrell, 15th SA95 Jarman Dalitz, 16th VA2 Boyd Harris, 17th SA98 Cheian Perrett-DNF, 18th VA15 Corey Lincoln- DNF, 19th V34 Brenten Farrer-DNF.

Heat winners: V78 Chris Campbell, V7 Paul Solomon, V83 Chris Solomon, V34 Brenten Farrer, NT26 Tony Moule, V6 Eddie Lumbar

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Shaun Forrell - $100 cash
B&B Retaining Walls Lucky 10’s – Cody Atkins – drum of methanol
Bar Up Bull Bars 8 – James Wren
Hickmans Tree Maintenance Random Draw – Phil Lock
All Star Hot Arse Award – Mark Caruso - Fire Extinguisher
Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award – Chris Campbell – a year’s subscription to Oval Express Magazine
Melbourne Stainless Steel Last man running Award – Boyd Harris


The river runs to Moama.......2017
Thursday November 16, 2017. All Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is at Heartland Raceway, Moama this Saturday night for RD2 of the JSR King of the Rivers. “So far we have crossed the Murray river at Mildura and this weekend at Echuca.

Both towns are picturesque and special and we love visiting them. Especially when we have the chance to throw in a race meeting” Searle tells us. The River Run is over the first 4 shows which are all based along the Murray & Ovens Rivers and has $2000 to win purse.

Even though defending Series Champ Chris Solomon V83 machine was on the podium at RD1 he will be looking for another strong finish with vital points going towards the both the Series and the river run.

V7 Paul Solomon driving for Ken & Benisa Hutchins always has good results at the big Heartland track and after a strong start to the Series picking up the Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award at Mildura will be one to watch on the night.

South Aussie’s making the long haul to Moama are Trigga Gates SA5, SA69 Cody Atkins, SA95 Jarman Dalitz, SA77 Dan Evans & SA33 Mark Caruso. Gates loves the big Heartland track and is keen to do well after struggling with engine gremlins at Mildura. Young Gun member this season is Jack Gartner in the SA16, this is Gartner’s 3rdd season in Sprintcars. Ben Gartner’s SA32 is another youngster who has locked in the series after running selected shows last season. Ben is a cousin to Jack and both teams travel out of Penola SA.

Rusty Hickman’s V40 J&J is making a return to the Series after competing in the Northern Territory during the off season as running several 410 events. The young charger will be keen to kick of his return to 360’s on a high note. Farrer, Lock, Wren, Tancredi, Corey Lincoln, Campbell will be also trying to secure points for the King of the Rivers and the $2000 purse going along with it.

With the usual All Star giveaways, posters, driver autograph signing it will be lots a family fun. On track action starts from 5.30pm. November 18th Heartland Raceway, Moama.


Murcott’s Flag to Flag sweep
Sunday November 5, 2017. All Stars Media
After an 8 month wait the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series teams got to display their new war paint at Timmis Speedway Saturday night with Dave Murcott driving the Victory Lane V88 taking a flag to flag win.

Brenten Farrer’s V34 and Chris Solomon’s V83 were dicing for 2nd and 3rd with Farrer passing Solomon on the last lap to pick up second relegating Solomon into third.

Murcott enjoyed his run in the 360 “you just got to keep it wound up and keep the foot into it – but I am having fun. He then thanked car owners Victory Lane Racegear Renee & Mat Eastham. “I would like to do some more if I can fit them in”.

An eventful A Main took a while to get going with several attempts at the start. Guerin & Murcott lined up on the front row with Caruso & Paul Solomon behind them. Reds were bought on at the start with Paul Solomon & Guerin sitting on the infield as a result.

NT26 Tony Moule, S95 Jarman Dalitz suffered damage also but were able to restart. After a promising start Stacey Gallifords night was also ended abruptly as she retained front end damage and slid into the tire wall in Turn 4. Farrer’s night was not going to plan for the Team with pesky engine issues.
After dropping a heat and lining up in the B he drove the wheels off the car to put it onto the podium. Reds were bought out again with S69 Cody Atkins, S16 Jack Gartner & NS38 Shaun Forrell all suffering damage and ending their nights in a Turn 3 incident.

Taking out the Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award was V7 Paul Solomon with a 12.510 on the last qualifying lap of the session.

A Main results: 1st V88 Dave Murcott, 2nd V34 Brenten Farrer, 3rd V83 Chris Solomon, 4th SA77 Daniel Evans, 5th V4 Phil Lock, 6th SA33 Mark Caruso, 7th V16 James Wren 8th SA95 Jarman Dalitz, 9th Michael Tancredi , 10th NR26 Tony Moule, 11th SA11 Scott Enderl, 12th SA16 Jack Gartner-DNF, 13th SA69 Cody Atkins -DNF, 14th NS38 Shaun Forrell-DNF, 15th SA32 Ben Gartner – DNF, 16th V33 Michael Holt –DNF, 17th VA15 Corey Lincoln-DNF, 18th NSW56 Stacey Galliford-DNF, 19th SA96 Brendan Guerin-DNF,20th V7 Paul Solomon-DNF

Heat winners: V33 Michael Holt, V88 Dave Murcott, SA95 Jarman Dalitz, V29 Michael Tancredi, S96 Brendan Guerin, V7 Paul Solomon

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Chris Solomon - $100 cash
B&B Retaining Walls Lucky 10’s – Tony Moule – drum of methanol
Bar Up Bull Bars 8 – Jarman Dalitz –
Hickmans Tree Maintenance Random Draw – Jackpot to the next round
All Star Hot Arse Award – Corey Lincoln - Fire Extinguisher
Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award – Paul Solomon – a year’s subscription to Oval Express Magazine


All Stars about to invade Mildura.......
Tuesday October 31, 2017. All Stars Media
“We are about to kick off season No. 11 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series at Timmis Speedway, this Sat night – Nov 4th.

I can’t wait to see all our old teams, meet our new teams and be back at Mildura again for our opening night. With a star-studded field of top 360 competitors we open with a fantastic car count and with the running of the Col Beasley 410 Classic on Sunday night effectively having a double header it will be a top weekend of racing” says Mandy Searle Series Promoter.

Back by popular demand is the JSR ‘King of the Rivers’. This will be Round 1 of the 4-round mini-series. The River Run is over the first 4 shows which are all based along the Murray & Ovens Rivers and has $2000 to win purse.

13 teams have contracted to the series with the top 10 locked into the End of Season Awards. Teams committing are V7 Paul Solomon, V29 Michael Tancredi, V4 Phil Lock, V83 Chris Solomon, SA5 Trigga Gates, V34 Brenten Farrer, VA55 Georgia McLeod, SA69 Cody Atkins, V16 James Wren, SA77 Dan Evans, SA95 Jarman Dalitz, NSW 46 Stacey Galliford, SA32 Ben Gartner.

Current Series Champ Chris Solomon is back in the FMG family owned V83 mount. Solomon competed under the Tony Bartlett banner last year and the pair were a very successful match. This season however Bartlett is taking on less rounds after spending the month of August competing in the States. Young Rookie Brayden Cooley will be driving for Bartlett when they are prepped but unfortunately will miss the first one or two shows.

V7 Paul ‘Cyclone’ Solomon has teamed up with car owner Ken Hutchins. Hutchins is renowned for putting different drivers in the family owned race team.

Making his debut with the All Stars is Dave Murcott. Murcott is driving the V88 Victory Lane Racegear for Mat Eastham. The team have contracted to World Series this season but beforehand are slotting a 360 in for this show.

Hard charging SA44 Daniel Evans likes the Mildura track as does V34 Brenten Farrer. SA33 Mark Caruso makes a return after running 410s, with both being past Series Champs their talent is an asset to the field.

Another hard charger making a return after sitting out the majority of last season is veteran Tony Moule in the NT26. Moule’s experience always puts him at the ‘pointy end of the field’ and he will certainly be looking to lock in another A Main win.

V4 Phil Lock, SA5 Trigga Gates, V11 Brad Foster, S96 Brenden Guerin, SA16 Jack Gartner, SA69 Cody Atkins, VA55 young Georgia McLeod- the list goes on, it really is an All Star-studded field of racers to kick of the season.

Make a weekend of it with the emotionally charged 2nd Col Beasley 410 Classic being held the night after turning this effectively into a 2-night show to kick off our season.

On track action starts from .00pm. November 5th Timmis Speedway, Mildura


Mortimer Petroleum partner the All Star Series
Wednesday October 25, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are thrilled to announce that support from Mortimer Petroleum has been locked in for the oncoming 2017 – 2018 season.

Mortimer Petroleum are a locally owned and independently run petrol station and has been providing the Drysdale/Geelong community with reliable service for 50 years.

They have also serviced the Western Victoria’s regional farming, commercial and industrial businesses with bulk fuel deliveries directly to the premises for a similar length of time. Their service stations are located at 97 High St. Drysdale, Meredith & Batesford.

“We are excited to have Mortimer Petroleum involved with the Series this season and have to thank them for their commitment. Hopefully it might be to start of a great relationship between us. So, if any of our teams are travelling through those areas please remember to support the business that support us and fill up at Mortimer Petroleum.

The same goes for any of our farming friends purchasing bulk fuel please give Mortimer Petroleum a call.” says Mandy Searle


Oval Express Magazine Quick Time 2017-2018
Monday October 23, 2017. All Stars Media
For the 10th season Oval Express Magazine have come back on board supporting the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series and offer a driver the chance to win a 12-month subscription of the magazine for the winner of the Quick Time Award at every series round.

Oval Express Magazines Phil & Michelle Jordison have been long term supporters of the 360’s. “The August edition of the magazine had a fantastic 4-page story and pictorial on our big money show the All Star Challenge giving all our competitors’ brilliant exposure! Mandy Searle tells us.

“To continue to have ties with a quality production like Oval Express is a bonus for us and gives our teams some great exposure.” says Searle.


Hickman’s Tree Maintenance Random draw 2017-2018
Monday October 16, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are able to offer more driver rewards this oncoming season. Hickman’s Tree Maintenance have again come on board to support series drivers offering $200 per night for a Random Draw in the A Main.

Director Darren Hickman is a longtime supporter of the All Star Series and was also the inaugural Series Champion. Hickman has stepped away from driving duties this season and is now passing his knowledge and experience along to his son Rusty.

The Random Draw will be announced at the trophy presentation each night and drivers finishing between 4th place and 20th place in the A Main will be eligible for it. Numbers will go into a barrel and be drawn out by the A Main winner on the night and the driver that finishes in the position drawn out it the lucky winner. The driver must be in attendance to collect the money otherwise it will jackpot to the following round.

“We can’t thank Darren & Sandie enough for their support and being able to offer this prize to our teams is fantastic.” Searle tells us.

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2017-2018 Season Vortex Racing Product’s Altitude Award
Wednesday October 11, 2017. All Stars Media
Paul & Lynton Jeffrey of Vortex Racing Products has again offered to supply the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series with an Outlaw Top wing for their End of Season Pointfund. The “Vortex Altitude Award” is presented to the driver with the most roll over’s for the All Star season.

“How cool is it to have a company like Vortex back on board for their 10th season of support”, a thrilled Mandy Searle tells us. “With major teams in Australia and multiple WOO & Knoxville Nationals wins in the USA it just proves that Vortex make a fantastic product. Since the company started back in 1995 the growth and popularity they have achieved is amazing. I’m so pleased that they have decided to continue their support again this season.”

It is an unfortunate way to win an award – but on the positive side the series can give something back to a competitor that really deserves it.
Last season Chris Solomon won this award and certainly appreciated the Vortex Outlaw Top wing. ‘It was a bit ironic that Chris won as was also the Series Champion – but this just reinforced to us that Chris didn’t have a particularly easy season and had to work hard for his Series win.”

The name Vortex still leads the way in wing concept, design and manufacturing. Check out their web site www.vortexracingproducts.com.au for full information on their products or email Paul Jeffrey at [email protected]


ALL STARS call for Nominations...................................
Tuesday October 10, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is set to kick off at Timmis Speedway on Saturday November 4th.

Any 360 competitor interested in competing is welcome and we would love to have you be a part of the opening round in our 11th season. We are now calling for Nominations for this event.

Nomination Forms are available for the www.sprintcarallstarseries.com.au and can be emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 03 9338 7476 . Supplementary Regulations, Points, Payouts etc. are all available on the web site.


Its Time ALL STARS call for Nominations.
Tuesday October 10, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is set to kick off at Timmis Speedway on Saturday November 4th.

Any 360 competitor interested in competing is welcome and we would love to have you be a part of the opening round in our 11th season. We are now calling for Nominations for this event.

Nomination Forms are available for the www.sprintcarallstarseries.com.au and can be emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 03 9338 7476 . Supplementary Regulations, Points, Payouts etc. are all available on the web site.
All Stars & Hoosier Tire Winning tyres for a winning series....
Thursday October 5, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is pleased to announce that Hoosier Tire Australia have again locked in as a major sponsor for the upcoming 2017 – 2018 season.

“Max Dumesny from Hoosier Tire Australia has supported the Series since it started, and to have them continue to give us this support for their 10th season is fantastic.” Mandy Searle, Series Promoter tells us.

“Again this season we are able to present the every feature winner with a Right Rear WAV tyre as well as $1100 in prize money. The WAV tyre will continue to be used as the right rear control tyre for all Series rounds.
This tyre is used by the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria Series and World Series Sprintcars again this season. This will really work well for again for all competitors having the same control tyre throughout Victoria and South Australia, giving them consistency at these shows” Searle says.


Secure your intent with the All Stars
Monday October 2, 2017. All Stars Media
With the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series kicking off in just over 4 weeks at Timmis Speedway, Mildura, they are very pleased to offer the first 10 teams that contract to the series the chance to be part of the $28,000 End of Season Point fund.
“We are also excited that we have been able to increase the EOS fund with the winner getting $3000 plus a new Maxim Racer Chassis and tenth place now paying $1000. Rookie of the Year will win a Velocita Premium Driving Apparel Helmet and a bonus of $500.
The only condition is that teams must comply with the series supplementary regulations and compete in 10 out of the 11 rounds.
As part of this they must attend the Series final at Timmis Speedway, Mildura.” Mandy Searle tells us. Updated Sup-Regs will be available on the web site very shortly.

Teams that are interested in this should contact Mandy Searle ASAP to secure their name.

Keeping the tradition
Thursday June 29, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is approaching its eleventh season and Australia’s Premier 360 series will continue with its tradition as a series for 360ci engines only.

The popularity of the series has grown over these years and this is confirmed every season by the number of competitors and sponsors that support it. “When we started the All Stars it was designed especially for 360ci sprintcars and this will not change for the oncoming 2017/18 season.

We are excited about kicking off in November for the start of the 11 rounds which incorporates the All Star Challenge $10K to win show, the Tyson Perez Memorial and the JSR King of the River miniseries.

If any teams need to get in touch with me or companies that may be interested in becoming involved with us please contact me via my email address [email protected]” Mandy Searle tells us.


Roll on 11
Monday May 29, 2017. All Stars Media
The Australian Sprintcar All Star Series are very pleased to announce that Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers have confirmed their involvement as naming rights sponsor again for this oncoming 2017-2018 season. This will be the 6th season the company have been naming rights sponsor and the 8th season as naming rights for the All Star Challenge

“We cannot thank Andrew Elder enough for his continued support and belief in us. Without sponsors like this we would not be able to do what we do and continue to lift our profile every season.” Mandy Searle tells us.

We are also excited to announce our series dates for the oncoming 11th season.

The series will kick off at Timmis Speedway, Mildura. Heartland Raceway, Moama is next on the calendar. Then is Murray Bridge Speedway and we are pleased to welcome Wangaratta Speedway back on board. “We raced at Wangaratta in our first couple of seasons and are excited to have them lock us in again.” says Searle. Again paying $10,000 to win the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge is back at Simpson in January 2018.

Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham, Heartland Raceway and Sunline Speedway, Waikerie are next on the calendar. Borderline Speedway, Mt Gambier have again secured the Tyson Perez Memorial and the Series Final will be again held at Timmis Speedway, Mildura.

Dates are –
November 4 - Timmis Speedway, Mildura. VIC
November 18 - Heartland Raceway, Moama. NSW
November 25 - Murray Bridge Speedway, Murray Bridge SA
December 2 - Wangaratta Raceway, Wangaratta. VIC
January 6 - Timmis Speedway, Mildura. VIC
January 13 - All Star Challenge Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway, VIC
February 3 - Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham, VIC
February 10 - Heartland Raceway, Moama. NSW
February 17 - Sunline Speedway, Waikerie. SA
February 24 - Tyson Perez Memorial, Borderline Speedway - Mount Gambier, SA
March 3 - Timmis Speedway, Mildura. VIC

“We are very excited to release our dates and lock in 3 states and 11 rounds in what no doubt will be another exciting season. Now how long to go? 6 months but who’s counting!” Searle says.


10 seasons strong
Saturday March 25, 2017. All Stars Media
After celebrating 10 seasons the year was culminated by a formal Awards night and with a capacity crowd it just highlighted how successful the season had been.

Even though it was the 10th season it was also a season of ‘firsts’ for the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series again creating history. It was the first time brothers have stood on the podium together and the first time two sets of brothers raced together in an A Main (Paul & Chris Solomon and Brad & Anthony Foster), also the first time we have had brothers share the honours of winning the Series Championship again proving the strong family influence within the All Stars.

The First time we have run a $10K to win show and the first time we have run a double header weekend competing at Adelaide Motorsport Park and Sunline Speedway, Waikerie both tracks being for the first time. With most of the ‘firsts’ covered below sums up very briefly other achievements over the 11 round (16 week) season.

• Announced the 10th different Series Champion in 10 seasons.
• 62 competitors competed this season in the series with 20 of those being new to it.
• Over 8,000ks travelled based out of Melbourne.
• $112,000 in prize money & $26,000 in Contingency prizes.
• Ran the richest 360 A Main event in Australia with a payout of $27K.
• The 7th $10,000 to win Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Star Challenge was won by Cory Eliason in the Adam Curry owned USA 00.
• Unfortunately, the 7th Tyson Perez Memorial was beaten by weather early in the night. Travis Rilat again travelled over from the States for a washout.
• 9 different race tracks.
• 10 different A Main winners.
• 25 different Heat winners.
• 9 different Oval Express Magazine Quick Time winners.
• Announced the 2ndJSR King of the River mini-series winner paying out a $2000 bonus.
• 300 Frisbees thrown into the crowd & bags & bags of giveaways for the kids.
• $650 donated to the Safe Steps Domestic Violence foundation.
• All Star Legend Phil Lock won his 8th Drivers Driver Award. What a brilliant tribute to collect 8 of these awards out of 10 seasons!
• Inducted the 9th member into the Hall of Fame.
• Series mascot ‘Snowman’ somehow managed to survive his 9th season with the help of lots of superglue
• And as always smiles, laughter, new friends, too many cans and of course a few tears!

“To say we are proud of our achievements this past season is an understatement. We all worked hard to recognise this milestone achievement and we believe that we have continued to lift our image and professionalism but also managed to maintain the ‘All Star family fun’ image which is very important to us. Thanks to those that shared it with us and roll on next season which by the way will start in about 7 months!!” Mandy Searle tells us.


All Stars’ recognise their teams 2016-2017
Friday March 3, 2017. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometer’s All Star Series were pleased to get the opportunity to acknowledge their Drivers, teams and Sponsors at the end of season Presentation Night held on Sunday 26th. With a sell-out crowd at the function room everyone dressed the part. They were treated with DVD presentations reliving both the past and the present to help celebrate the end of a very successful 10th season in an emotionally charged night.

Top 5 in the Drivers’ Championship - 1st SA75 Chris Solomon, 2nd V34 Brenten Farrer, 3rd SA44 Daniel Evans, 4th V4 Phil Lock, 5th V7 Paul Solomon

H’s Star Award – Jack Gartner
Best Presented Car & Crew – Brenten Farrer
Crew Chief of the Year – Tony Bartlett
Most Improved – Daniel Evans - Winning 4 Max Wheels from Max Dumesny Motorsport
Special Recognition Award – Daniel Ellis
Vortex Altitude Award – Chris Solomon - Winning an Outlaw Top wing from Vortex Racing Products
Encouragement Award – Kane Newcombe.
Rookie of the Year – Jarman Dalitz - Winning a Helmet from Velocita Safety Apparel
Drivers Driver –V4 Phil Lock
Velocita Lucky Draw – Brenten Farrer – Winning a Velocita Custom Driving Suit
All Star Legend’s – Paul Solomon
10 Seasons Awards – Brad Foster, Chris Solomon, Phil Lock & Team Hickman

The Drivers Driver Award was again won by Phil Lock which an amazing achievement winning this award multiple times. The respect he has earnt amongst his peers truly shows. Paul Solomon was inducted into the Hall of Fame with a heartfelt speech by Promoter Mandy Searle. “Pauly has been a part of the series since we started, he is one the few still around that raced with us at our first ever race meeting. He wears his heart on his sleeve and is an ideas man when it comes to anything All Stars. His passion for us is second to none and is another deserving member to the exclusive Legends Hall of Fame.”

Also recognised were all the series loyal sponsors and officials some who have also been with us over the past 10 seasons. Without sponsors and officials like these the Series would not be able to run at the level it currently does.

Thanks everyone for a fantastic night and congratulations to everyone!!




Lovegrove takes a thrilling Final All Stars Round Win
Sunday February 26, 2017. All Stars Media
Last night Former Australian Number Two Michael Lovegrove took the win in the final round of the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series at Timmis Speedway, Mildura. He led home Daniel Evans who backed up his last round victory at Waikerie. Jarman Dalitz who won the B-Main moved up 12 spots to end his series in fine style finishing 3rd.

Chris Solomon put the SA75 Cool on pole position for the 30 Lap final. He was joined by the NSW36 of Eddie Lumbar who was 6th on points after the heats but was able to work his way through the Pole Shootout to start out of two.

Defending Series Champion Brenten Farrer started the V34 from position 3 and only needed to finish 7th of better to wrap up his second All Stars Series victory. He was joined by Quick Time man Jesse Nicholas in 4th. Lovegrove and Phil Lock shared the 3rd row with former series champion Brad Foster sharing the fourth row with Jack Gartner whilst Brayden Cooley and Evans occupied the 5th Row.

Chris Solomon sped to the early lead with every position counting towards the overall series championship. Solomon was good early on when lapped traffic started to play its part. Lumbar was having a battle with Farrer and Lovegrove for the minor placings before Farrer was able to make his move and get into second setting his sights on Solomon.
Solomon and Farrer then proceeded to battle for the led for 2 laps swapping positions every turn before Farrer was able to pull away. But tragedy struck as the lead duo entered into Turn 3 behind a lapped car with contact being made between them causing damage and a fire to the V34 of Farrer and ending his championship hopes. Solomon was able to restart but was banished to the rear.

Lumbar and McLeod were also innocent victims in the accident with Lumbar heading to the back whilst McLeod ended her strong run on the infield.
After the mess in turn 3 was cleaned up Lovegrove led the field away with 9 laps to run and was never headed taking the win. Following Evans and Dalitz across the line was Gartner, Tancredi, Cooley, Thompson, Galliford, Chris Solomon, Paul Solomon, Newcombe, Lock, Wren, Lumbar, Nicholas and Daniel Ellis rounding out the finishers. Atkins blew a Left Rear Tyre in sight of the white flag. He was joined on the infield by Farrer, McLeod and Foster.

After 11 gruelling rounds the 2016/2017 Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series has come to an end. Teams and Officials will now enjoy the Series Presentations at the Setts Hotel tonight where the final Top 10 are released and other end of Series awards are handed out.

Oval Express Magazine Quick Time winner was the V66 of Jesse Nicholas with a 12.555 second lap and in doing so picked up a 12 month subscription of Oval Express Magazine.

A Main results: 1st SA90 Michael Lovegrove, 2nd SA44 Daniel Evans, 3rd SA56 Jarmin Dalitz, 4th SA16 Jack Gartner, 5th V29 Michael Tancredi, 6th SA76 Brayden Cooley, 7th V53 Andy Thompson, 8th N46 Stacey Galliford, 9th SA75 Chris Solomon, 10th V7 Paul Solomon, 11th V65 Kane Newcombe, 12th V4 Phil Lock, 13th V16 James Wren, 14th N36 Eddie Lumbar, 15th V66 Jesse Nicholas, 16th V24 Daniel Ellis, 17th SA69 Cody Atkins (DNF), 18th V34 Brenten Farrer (DNF), 19th A55 Georgia McLeod (DNF), 20th V11 Brad Foster (DNF

Heat winners: SA75 Chris Solomon x2, V4 Phil Lock and SA56 Jarman Dalitz
Contingency Winners

IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – V4 Phil Lock - $100 cash
Red Ed Sheds Lucky 7’s – V53 Andy Thompson- drum of methanol
Lucas Oil Hard Charger- SA56 Jarman Dalitz - Show bag of Lucas Oil products
All Star Hot Arse Award – SA32 Ben Gartner- Fire Extinguisher
Oval Express Magazine Quick Time Award – V66 Jesse Nicholas- a year’s subscription to Oval Express Magazine
Hoosier Hero A Main – SA90 Michael Lovegrove - WAV right rear tire
Bar Up Bull Bars 8 – N46 Stacey Galliford
Melbourne Stainless Nice Guy Award – V24 Daniel Ellis - stainless steel front Nerf bar
Hickman’s Tree Maintenance Random Draw – V65 Kane Newcombe - $400 cash



Chris Solomon Takes All Stars Series Victory
Sunday February 26, 2017. All Stars Media
Gisborne’s Chris Solomon has taken out a thrilling 2016/2017 Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series after a thrilling conclusion last night at Mildura’s Timmis Speedway. Solomon also created history by emulating his brother Paul’s 2008/2009 Championship and become the first brothers to win the Series. Chris gained 5011 points.

It is also car owner Tony Bartlett’s third Championship as a car owner.

Defending Champion Brenten Farrer did everything he could to protect his series lead before a late race incident ended his night. Farrer finished on 5010 points just a solitary point behind Solomon. Daniel Evans capped off a good season by taking a well-deserved third place finish over all.

In what was a consistent season which saw him pick up a maiden SA 360 Title Win, Multiple All Stars Podiums and a Round Victory at Waikerie. Evans gathered enough points to sneak into the Top 3 finishing on 4951.Phil Lock capped off another solid year which saw him finish in 4th place overall. The V4 finished on 4950, just one point behind Evans in third.

Paul Solomon who was leading the series early on and also won the John Sidney Racing King of the River rounded out the top 5 on 4886. Cody Atkins was next in line in 6th with 4755 points. He was followed by Kane Newcombe on 4646 points in 7th, Jarman Dalitz on 4643 points in 8th, Jack Gartner on 4585 points in 9th with Daniel Ellis on 4325 points rounding out the top 10.

Drivers and Crews, Officials and Sponsors will now enjoy the Series Presentation tonight at Fossey’s Gin Emporium in Mildura were many awards will be handed out as well as more inductions into the All Stars Hall of Fame.

2016-2017 Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series Top 10

1st. SA75 Chris Solomon 5011
2nd. V34 Brenten Farrer 5010
3rd. SA44 Daniel Evans 4951
4th. V4 Phil Lock 4950
5th. V7 Paul Solomon 4886
6th. SA69 Cody Atkins 4755
7th. V65 Kane Newcombe 4646
8th. SA56 Jarman Dalitz 4643
9th. SA16 Jack Gartner 4585
10th. V24 Daniel Ellis 4325



All Stars take it down to the wire....
Thursday February 23, 2017. All Stars Media
In what has become a tradition over the past 10 season’s the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series Champion will be decided this Saturday night. It has been an awesome season it will culminate at the final round at Timmis Speedway, Mildura this Saturday.

The Series has had 9 different feature winners this season and with only 110 points separating the top 5 drivers the pressure will be on. The top 5 in points going into the final round are:

1. V34 Brenten Farrer - 4524
2. S75 Chris Solomon - 4498
3. V4 Phil Lock - 4466
4. S44 Daniel Evans - 4456
5. V7 Paul Solomon - 4414

Farrer in the Frijtek #34 Maxim would dearly love to go back to back as Series Champ. Farrer has been running the series for the past 5 seasons and he is well aware to win a series you have to finish consistently because every point counts. Currently sitting in 2nd is SA75 Chris Solomon. Driving the Bartlett Racing Cool Solomon has been fast all season but a run of mishaps in the early stages of the series have made things difficult.

Bartlett has won the series two times in the past with Colin Brooks & Scott Bogucki and would love to collect a third Championship. Chris on the other hand has not won a Championship and after supporting it since the start would also love to be crowned champion in the 10th season. Not surprisingly All Star Legend V4 Phil Lock has been at the pointy end all season even after kicking the season off badly. Battling with the new breed of kids this season Lock has shown speed and consistency.

In his first full time season on the road SA44 Daniel Evans has been improving at every round. Evans picked up his first Series win last weekend at Waikerie and will come into Saturday night with confidence. Rounding out the top 5 is V9 Paul Solomon. Leading the series in the early stages Paul has struggled his way back after slipping back to 10th with engine issues. Paul has been driving exceptionally well this season and his never give up attitude has moved him back to 5th.

Throw into the mix V65 Kane Newcombe, V66 Jesse Nicholas, V53 Andy Thompson, S90 Michael Lovegrove, SA56 Jarman Dalitz, V29 Michael Tancredi, S76 Brayden Cooley just to name a few and again we can expect nothing less than a thrilling 30 laps.

Breaking from the traditional Pit Party Presentation theme this season the series will finish with a Presentation Night on Sunday night at Fosseys Ginporium in The Setts Hotel. Award winners will be announced and celebrations of a fantastic season will mark an end to a very successful 10th season anniversary.

Timmis Speedway – This Saturday February 25th. Action from 7.00pm.


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